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From Simon LeVay, on the Dutch studies:

Besides possible problems with the study itself, it's also worth pointing out that this same research group previously made an apparent error in the identification of a sexually dimorphic nucleus in the hypothalamus. They reported in several papers that the cell group now known as INAH1 is larger in males, but three other labs (Allen et al., myself, and Byne et al.) have independently failed to verify this sex difference.

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